Camp Kudzu is an Atlanta-based nonprofit organization that serves children and teens with type 1 diabetes. Camp Kudzu programs provide diabetes education and opportunities to make connections with other children living with diabetes. Programs rely heavily on volunteers to function in a variety of roles. Serving over 800 children each year, Camp Kudzu is a vital part of the support system of families affected by type 1 diabetes. For dates, more information, or to get involved, visit campkudzu.org.
HOW YOU CAN HELP Camp Kudzu relies on donations and funding to continue providing programs to children and their families throughout the year. We are also lucky to have over 400 volunteers who give their time in a variety of roles including help in the office, cabin counselors at overnight sessions, speakers at family camps, all levels of medical personnel at our programs, and representation at events across the state. Camp Kudzu could not be successful without these contributions and is always looking for new faces. If you are interested in learning about how you can donate or give your time, please contact us. We would love to find a role for you at Camp Kudzu.
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